#1
for some reason my G-string goes out of tune a lot more than all the other strings, and i noticed the tuner is a bit loose feeling, so do i fix this by like tightening the tuner? and if so, how? so i just take a screw driver and tighten the screw in the tuner? if it helps i have an Epiphone les paul standard XP
#2
tightening you tuner will only make it easier to more accuratly tune that string.
Are your strings particularly old?
or new??
#4
OMG. I also have an Epiphone LP.... MY G DOES THAT. IT DRIVES ME NUCKING FUTS.
#6
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for some reason my G-string goes out of tune a lot more than all the other strings, and i noticed the tuner is a bit loose feeling, so do i fix this by like tightening the tuner? and if so, how? so i just take a screw driver and tighten the screw in the tuner? if it helps i have an Epiphone les paul standard XP

theres your problem...same as mine
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#7
My old Epiphone les Paul was the same way. I also found the Ernie Ball 9's liked to stretch too. The problem went away after I bought my new les Paul Studio and switched to 11 gauge DR's (10 gauge works fine too).
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#10
try lubing the nut cuts too. can help a lot.
Jenneh

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